Yes!  We would like to join the Fox and Fawn Farm CSA with _____ half share or ____full share

Names of eaters:________________________________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________________

City & zip: _____________________________________________________________

e-mail: ________________________________________________________________

Day phone: _____________________________ Evening: _______________________

All members receive a weekly newsletter via e-mail with farm news, crop information, recipes, and stories from the farm.  If you’d also like a paper copy in your box, please check here: [_____]

I would like to pick up: (Check one please)

Tuesday: ___Hopkins ___ St. Louis Park ___Minneapolis ___ Richfield ____Chanhassen

Thursday: ___Excelsior ___Eden Prairie ___Brookside ___Chaska ___ Victoria ____Waconia

                Payment options:  (make checks payable to Fox and Fawn Farm)

[ ] paid in full, $600 for full share or $320 for half share

[ ] half now, with a check for the remainder post-dated 8/1/2018

[ ] other: ______________________________________

Crops we really like: _________________________________________________________________

Crops we’re less excited for: __________________________________________________________

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Please print off this form and mail with payment to:

Fox and Fawn Farm

17250 County Road 122

New Germany, MN 55367

thanks!

11 thoughts on “CSA Form

  1. Q: We are curious what amount of shares we would need to have our garden center be a part of your drop off locations. Can we still join? We are located at the Brookside Garden Center in Chaska, MN.
    A: We are open to new delivery sites as long as they are near my current delivery route. Please e-mail me directly with any inquiries: foxandfawnfarm@gmail.com. Thanks!

  2. Hi 🙂

    Any chance you still have openings for this summer/Lakewinds drop? Is mailing a check the best option?

    Second question — do you grow sweet corn? 🙂

    Thanks!

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